Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Attention Ark. Filmmakers: Don't f*** with The Jack

Posted By on Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 4:52 PM

Arkansas director Eric England, whose Arkansas-filmed retro-slasher flick "Madison County" will be out on DVD early next month, recently blocked a fan on Facebook. Said fan, who straightfacedly refers to himself as "The Jack," has now posted a response video (seen above) in which, among other things, he admits that he was looking forward to seeing "Madison County" so much that he went ahead and torrented it (AKA: ripped it off illegally) online. NOTE: NSFW due to language and tearing-sheetmetal voice ("DIRECTOR! PRODUCER!")

BONUS: The Jack has now posted an even more unintentionally hilarious video calling for a boycott of the film, in which he contends: "the director is mean! He's a jerk! He has no compassion to his fans! His name is Eric England, and he is a very bad director, because he does not care for his fans! Nor does he care about his reputation in the film industry, which I will stinglehandedly tarnish, because I can do that!"

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